The song used at the beginning of the video can be downloaded at http://bmabrazil.bandcamp.com/track/origemabout 1 year ago
Sound engineer and digital strategist, graduate from Full Sail (Orlando). Independent entrepreneur since 1997, worked for StarMedia Networks in NYC after his company Crearium Web/Paisas.com was acquired in 1999. He is currently the Executive Producer and Manager of the Colombian tropical band Ondatrópica and previously he was directing La Cápsula (Bogotá/Medellín), a digital studio that develops web strategies and investigates the impacts of free culture in the creative industries. He has more than 15 years of experience in managing projects related to independent urban music scene.
In 2004, he participated in the creation of one of the first net radio projects in Colombia called Radio Cápsula, evolving into a lab that investigates and socialize strategies for the circulation, promotion, marketing and management of music using the precepts of free culture and a intensive use of new technologies. The first project was a NetRadio that today broadcasts 24 hours a day Latin American urban sounds, with emphasis on electronic music, hip-hop and new cumbia that are mostly published under a Creative Commons licenses.
In 2010 he was in charge of leading the team responsible of Un-Convention #10.
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Además, según Simao es innegable la fuerte conexión que existe hoy en día entre Colombia y África: “En San Basilio de Palenque, hoy patrimonio de la Humanidad, he visto danzas, comportamientos y valores familiares que ya no se encuentran en el continente africano. En África sufrimos dos evangelizaciones... Read more
Last week at UnCon33 in Jinja, Uganda we had to document our trip. So I decided to use my iPhone 4S with a couple of add ons.
It looks like the desktop revolution is over and we are heading to a mobile revolution, so I am very interested in content that can be recorded and produced with these small... Read more
In 36 hours I should be arriving to Uganda. I will be posting pictures and notes every day starting monday, so stay tune.
In the meantime, check out this song from Ondatrópica, they will be playing a couple of show this july in London and New York.